Image provided by: University of Oregon Libraries; Eugene, OR
About Morning Oregonian. (Portland, Or.) 1861-1937 | View Entire Issue (May 5, 1915)
THE MORNING OEEGONIAN. WEDNESDAY. MAT 5, 1915.
rOMING as a genuine surprise to
many, the news of the engagement
of Miss Mary Anne Smith and
Thomas W. Gerber. both of this city,
Anally has leaked out. No formal an
nouncement has been made, but since
the wedding day has been chosen their
friends have been entertaining for
them, and between now and the day set
for the weddlnsr. Thursday. June 24
there will be numerous social affairs to
honor the young folk.
Mr. Gerber lone: has laid slegre to the
heart of Miss Smith, who although am.
bitious for a journalistic career, has
succumbed to the pleadings of her ar
dent admirer. She is the daughter of
Mrs. Li. A. Smith, of Wasco. Or, and Is
graduate of Washington High School,
later taking a short course In Jour
nalism at the University of Oregon.
She is a popular member of the Alphl
Phi Sorority. For a little more than a
year Miss Smith has been editor of the
motion picture section of The Orego
nian. and is also editor of the woman's
department of the Multnomah Amateur
Athletic Club's Bulletin. Miss Smith
also Is a member of the board of ap
peals of Portland's moving pictures.
Mr. Gerber is a member of The Ore
contan reportorial staff, having come
here several months ago from Ana
ronda, where he was connected with
the editorial department of the Ana
conda Standard. Mr. Gerber also for
merly was in the employment of the
Associated Press here, at Eugene and
other Pacific Coast cities. Mr. Gerber's
home in boyhood was in Oregon City,
where his parents still reside.
The engagement of Miss Elraa Smith
to Charles P. Mulkey, of Silverton, Or.,
was announced recently, and the wed
ding will be a simple affair of May 20.
li.s Smith is also a daughter of Mrs.
Jj. A. Smith and has made her home In
Wasco as well as Portland. She Is popu
lar In both places and will share In the
nodal honors with her sister. Miss Mary
One of the most charming muslcales
f the season was Riven Monday night
hy Mme. Grace Brune Marcusson, of Chi
rao. at the residence of Mrs. Francis
Bucket, on Tabor Heights. The affair
was entirely Impromptu. Mme. Marcus
lion having arrived 'unexpectedly on a
visit to the exposition. Her programme
consisted of old and modern songs in
French, Italian and English.
Mme. Marcusson possesses a soprano
voice of wonderful quality and sings
with perfect diction and rare artistry,
and her impressive and charming per
sonality added much to the beauty of
Celebrating the birthday of Allen
Todd, Jr., his mother and sinter, Mrs.
Allen Todd and Miss Miriam Todd, were
hostesses for a charming party Monday
night at their home In Laurelhurst.
About a dozen of the younger folk were
present, and the evening was pleas
antly passed in dancing and cards. A
delicious supper was served.
Miss Helen Putnam, of the Portland
Art Association, will be at home to the
students of her class Friday afternoon,
honoring her mother, who has recently
come from Chicago to make her home
with Miss Putnam.
Miss Sally Hart is passing a few days
. t HanuiH fn Y A lntrat if h art
work. She la sketching and painting
nature's loveliest spots at the seashore.
One of the biggest social events in
the history of the Knights Templar'
Club Is the annual banquet and dance,
which will take place tonight at Hotel
Multnomah. Cards also will be a fea
ture of the affair, the entire mezzanine
floor of the hotel being reserved for
the party. The members and guests
will assemble promptly at 6:30 o'clock.
Patronesses for the evening are: Mrs.
TYank McCrlllls. Mrs. A. H. Averlll. Mrs.
H. Ij. Stevens, Mrs. K. A. Freeman, Mrs.
H. M. Haller, Mrs. Lt A. Bailey, Mrs.
P.. B. McClung, Mrs. C. K. Runyon, Mrs.
Hugh J. Boyd and Mrs E. C. Reed. The
ballroom will be In charge of a com
mittee composed of-A. P. Goss, I J.
Herman. R. II. Muhme, F. H. Lewis and
H. S. Farrell.
John Lee Jacobs, fiance of Miss
Bertrftt Reinstetn. whose engagement
was announced Monday, arrived last
night In this city for a short visit at
Hotel Benson. Miss Reinstein and Mr.
Jacobs will doubtless be extensively
entertained during his visit here.
Mr. and Mrs. Willi Kelloge Clark
(Carolyn Gillespy. of Seattle) have
been the house guests of Mr. and Mrs.
Fletcher Linn since their return from
their wedding trip. Mr. and Mrs. Clark
left Monday for their farm at Newberg.
Mr. and Mrs. T. W. B. London, ex
Portlanders who have been making
their home in Vancouver, B. C, for sev
eral years, are passing a few weeks at
the Waverly Country Club. Their daugh
ters. Misses Wlnnlfred and Zulette, are
hosts of their uncle and aunt, Mr. and
Mrs. Edwin 15. London.
Yesterday afternoon Miss Jean Mor
rison entertained Informally for M!ss
Wlnnlfred London with a tea, to which
the debutantes were asked.
Elaborate preparations are being com
pleted by the G. N. C B. girls for their
opening shirt-waist party to be given
Thursday evening at Cotillion Hall.
The Y. L. S. girls of the Immaculate
Heart Church will give a May party In
the Columbus Club auditorium, Will
iams avenue and Morris street, tonight.
One of the interesting features of this
party will be a Maypole dance by the
younger children of the parish. This
will be the lot dancing party of the
Miss es Edith Varney, Maud Alns
worth and Katharine Laldlaw left Mon
day for a ten- days' trip In San Fran
cisco attending the Fair. Miss Ains
worth and Miss Varney will proceed
farther south, and Miss Laldlaw' will
visit her brother and sister-in-law, Mr.
an,) Mrs. J. Ernest Laidlaw, at Sausa
Mr. and Mrs. Raymond U. McKalson
are receiving congratulations upon the
birth of a son. May 1. to whom they
have given the name Malcolm Ward.
Thkeb annual meetings or impor
tance are scheduled for today.
In the home of Mrs. Robert
Berger. 784 Melrose Drive, the Coterie
will hold its annual gathering this
afternoon at 2 o'clock, instead of at 11
o'elook In the morning as is the cua
torn. Members will take the Russell
Shaver car to the end of the line and
walk two blocks west. There will be
the election and a business session and
pome music by Mrs. James Roberte,
Miss Dagmar Inez Kelly and Miss Ma
bel Rlggs, and a May-day party will
conclude the meeting.
The Council of Jewish Women will
receive Its annual reports at the meet
ing at B'nai B'rlth Hall today, with
iVlrs. Isaacs wtt presiding a.n.4 Mrs.
WELL-KNOWN NEWSPAPER WOMAN, WHOSE ENGAGEMENT IS
SURPRISE TO MANY.
prr.; - s. - - jet
I i w ' I ? - - -v 'if '
Altman as social chairman. The re
ports of the president and of the
Neighborhood House committee will
be of special interest.
The annual meeting of tho State
Women's Press Club will claim the
attendance of its members tonight at
7:30 o'clock in room G, Library. On
ccount of the election of officers.
members are asked to be punctual.
Mrs. Colista M. Dowllng will give her
report. Mrs. Bronson Salmon will read
a paper on "The War Correspondent of
Yesterday and Today." The midmonth
ly criticism meeting of the club is an
nounced for Friday, May 14, at 8
o'clock, at the home of Mrs. Herbert
French, 1510 East Taylor street. Junior,
writers are requested to make note of
The Big Sisterhood will hold Its an
nual meeting tomorrow In the People's
Institute. Reports from big sisters
regarding the work done among the
little sisters will be given. The P. E.
O. Sisterhood will assist in the social
hour. An attractive programme is pre
pared and all who are interested in the
work, are Invited.
Mrs. F. Allen Gilbert spoke yester
day at the meeting of the Story Hour
Club In Library Hall. Her subject.
'The Prodigy Mother of Winifred
Stoner." was Interestingly discussed.
At the opening of the meeting a few
of Mrs. Lisher's pupils from the Couch
School gave a little playlet. Friday
night,' May 14, under the auspices of
the Story Hour Club, the grammar
schools of the city will give an enter
tainment at the Lincoln High School.
The Ladd and Kenton orchestras will
play. The following programme will
be given: Dramatization. Irvington;
Colonial minuet. Fern wood: reading,
Elizabeth Vance (Sunnyside); folk
dances, Miss Williams' class; dramati
zation. Rose City Park; Flower song,
Kenton; pantomime. Mount Tabor;
Sleeping Beauty, Couch; Davis, irv
ington, Lents and Thompson. The pro.
ceeds will go to pay for the "bird pic
tures and slides."
The board of directors of the Ore
gon Congress of Mothers met yesterday
in the headquarters at the Parents' Ed
ucational Bureau. An invitation was
received from the state fair asking
that the congress take charge of the
nursery at the fair. The women de
cided to take up the matter and will
direct a model nursery with a trained
nurse In charge.
Psychology Circle 7, Parent-Teachers,
was entertained at the residence of
Miss Irene McCown recently. Mrs.
Fannv Perry gave a paper on "Energy"
and added an interesting reading. Re
freshments were served.
Those present were: Mrs. Mary Ben.
ner, Mrs. Maude Fenn, Mrs. H. M.
Hayles, Mrs. Robert McLennon. Mrs.
John Doupe, Mrs. Andrew Todd, Mrs. A,
B. Rlntoul, Mrs. Beatric Bristol. Mrs.
Josephine Schnerbel, 'Mrs. J. B. Hughes,
Mrs. Fanny Perry, Mrs. McCown, Miss
McCown and Mrs. J. W. Westbrook.
The monthly meeting of the High
land Parent-Teacher Association will
be held Friday afternoon at 3 o'clock.
Miss Grove', of the Washington High
School domestic science department,
will speak on "The Ways and Means to
Lessen the High Cost of Living." It is
requested that a large number come
prepared to give Ideas on the subject.
The Portland Education Association
and the Portland Home Economics As
sociation will go to Corvallts on Satur
day on a special train. The members
will visit the Oregon Agricultural Col
Dean "White, of the Washington State
College at Pullman. Wash., and Miss
Hoffman, of Ellensburg Normal School
are guests in Portland this week. They
were entertained on Monday night at &
CALENDAR. FOR TODAY.
Knights Templars' annual ban
quet and dance.
Studio tea by Mrs. Emma B.
Carroll this afternoon.
. Misses Fern and Maida Nlckura
luncheon today for Miss Lillian
dinner party at itrs. Spencer's tearoom,
with Miss Lilian Tingle, president of
the Portland Home Economics Associa
tion, as hostess. The visitors inspected
several of the schools yesterday in com
pany with Superintendent Alderman
and Director O. M. Plummer.
At Lents School on Thursday and
Friday when the May festival will be
held, Mrs. Frederick Armstrong, a
graduate of the Ontario School of Music
and, Elocution, will give readings. A
gold medal contest will be held under
the auspices of the Women's Christian
Temperance Union. During the festival
the Parent-Teacher Association will
serve refreshments. All of the classes
will be represented in the festival pro
gramme, which bids fair to attract a
THE doctrine of cleanliness Is slowly
but surely maJtinjr it ., t. -
world. It may or It may not be true
that "cleanliness Is next to godli
ness," but however that may be, the
Individual, and the community, and the
city that "gets next" is by far the best
off. socially, morally and healthwise.
It Is difficult to figure out lust what
relation dirt sustains to sickness, but
yet there is a feeling m the minds of
most people that dirt and filth go hand
In hand with 'disease. So it does.
Havelock Ellis is author of a state
ment that the first step toward lower
In the death rate of a city is the re
moval of its gross filth. A few cen
turies ago, when "black death" was
epidemic in London. Parliament set
aside a special day for fasting and
prayer to check this dreadful disease.
Lord Pemberton told the citizens that
their prayers would stand a better
cHance of being answered if each man
would clean his premises and the street
in front of his own dwelling.
The first part of May has come to
be :clean-up week" in many American
cities. It would indeed be appropriate
to make this a state and National cus
tom. Every city, town and hamlet
should have a cleanlng-up week. In
time it will lead to keeping "cleaned
up" all the time, and this is the goal
toward which present-day sanitation is
Let everyone clean up once at least.
Cleaning up helps to make the spot
less town. It makes it more attrac
tive. The effect Is educational. The
next generation will be benefited.
What is the use of cleaning the
streets daily? They are filled with
dirt again tomorrow, and more next
day. What Is the use of cleaning up
the yards and getting the tin cans and
rubbish out of the adjoining vacant
lot? There will be more next week
again. What Is the use of washing tne
face several times a day to keep it
presentable? It is dirty again tomor
row. What's the use? What is the use
of washing the hands? They certainly
do get frightfully dirty by tomor
row. Some people ask what ia the
use of cleaning up the city, for it will
get dirty soon again. I have answered
the questions by asking some others.
Those who do not wash their hands
and face belong to the "don't-care"
brigade. Such persons are unwhole
some to have about. Those who ob
ject to keeping yards and vacant lots
clean belong to the "don't-care" crowd.
Those who "don't care" have more
sickness because they -don't care, and
they pass it on to those who do care.
This Is the proper time now for
neighborhoods to form "help-me, help-
you. everybody-help" clubs and get the
rubbish and tin cans out of vacant
lots. Old tin cans with particjes of
food in them, together with standing
water, are unwholesome to have about.
Clean-up week Is a good thing, even
if the results are not lasting. This
will lead some to clean up several
times during the year. It makes the
second cleaning up touch easier. This
thorough cleaning makes your neigh
bor's yard look as though it needed
cleaning up. We are influenced much
In this world by contrasts.
People who are habitually dirty In
their homes, and have dirty, premises
Most Exclusive Suits
Our Sunday's announcement brought a great response, but there
are still many elegant models from which to choose ranging in
price from $40 to $55.
Not ordinary suits, but high-class, individual models that appeal
to women of exclusive taste.
See those displayed in the windows today, and then step in and
let us show you a few choice models we reserve for those who
ask to be shown those specially advertised
are a menace to the community. A
campaign in the interest of clean
liness may help such people to make
an effort to get "next" to godliness
Cleaning up should be more compre
hensive, however, than on the outside.
It should extend to the house and the
person. This Is housecleaning time,
when. If corners and nooks have been
neglected through the Winter, they
certainly need attention now. Filth
in cracks and corners makes good
breeding places for flies and. nests for
their eggs. Rugs and carpets need
frequent cleaning and the benefits of
Clean yards, and clean houses, and
clean clothes, and clean bodies, and
clean food, and clean water, and clean
hands that prepare our food for us
all this cleaning up promotes health
and good cheer. Then, if one would
keep his mouth and tfeth clean, and
could keep his entire alimentary canal
clean, he would live not quite as long
as Methuselah, hut one-tenth as long,
and that Is lonff enough to satisfy any
one. Let us clean up.
The Princess' Choice.
ONCE upon a time there was a lit
tle Princess, whose father was
King Kofa. He wanted that his
daughter should marry, and so one
day he called her to him and told her
It was time she chose a husband.
"I wMl wed when I rind a man un
like any other man I have ever seen,"
replied the Princess, for she was a
willful lass, and did not want to marry
until she decided for herself.
"Very well, said her father. "I
will wait until you find such a man,
but do not put It off too long."
But a year went by. and still the
Princess did not wed. Every man who
came into her presence she would dis
miss by saying. "I have seen a man
who looked like this one."
At last King Kofa would waft no
longer, and he told the little Princess
he would make the choice himserf, and
she must marry at once.
"Give me one more chance," begged
the Princess. "I will marry the first
man who rides tj to the castle on a
coal-black bqrM, if only he looks a
very little unlike any other man I
have ever seen."
Now, KingKofa hafl an enemy, who
tried to get his kingdom from him, and
when this enemy, whose name was
King Bore, heard this he covered his
face with walnut oil. which made it
very dark, and colored his hair red;
then he mounted a coal-black horse
and set out for King Kof a's palace,
for he knew if he married the little
Princess he would be able to get all
of King Kofa's lands and money, and
this was what he wanted. Of course.
King Kofa did not recognize him, and
while he did not think he was very
nice to look at. still he rode a beau
tiful black horse, and was dressed in
the richest kind of robes, besides being
followed by many servants.
The little Princess drew back when
she beheld him, but King Bore said:
"Your highness wisheil to wed a man
unlike anyone you had ever seen. I
am that man, and you cannot refues
to wed me."
Seeing there was no way of escape,
the Princess said she would marry
him, and King Kofa ordered a big
feast to be prepared, and the wedding
took place at once.
The little Princess or Queen she
was now rode away with her strange
looking husband, who did not even
tell them his name, and he took her to
his castle, a long way from her father's
When they arrived she was shown
Into a large room at the top of the
castle, and the door locked. All the
food was put through a hole In the
wall, and she saw no one.
Some days she had a slice of bread
and some water, and sometimes It was
only water, and soon the little Queen
grew so thin her father would not
have known her.
The wicked King Bore had hoped
she would soon die, so he could claim
her father's lands, but he grew tired
of waiting, and he started out to go to
King Kofa and tell him his daughter
BAKING CO, Inc.
ifc Mi iniiaul Jttit, .filial i L. Tliii'rii7iy Mil "
405 Washington St. at Tenth
was dead and he had come to claim
her land and the castle.
He did not take any servant with
him for fear King Kofa would ques
tion the servant. When he was rid
ing through the woods a storm came
up. and a tree was struck by light
ning, which struck the wicked King
and knocked him off his horse. He was
unable to move, and so far In the
woods that no one heard his cries for
help, so the fate he had planned for the
poor little Queen came to him, and he
died for want of food.
When the servants of King Bore
found their master did not return, they
went to the room where the little
Queen was a prisoner and set her free.
(Copyright, 1915. by the McOlure News
paper Syndicate, New YorJc Jlty. )
FIVE-DAY FAIR PLANNED
September 14 Set as Opening Date
for Multnomah Exposition.
At the meeting of the directors of
Multnomah County Fair Association at
Gresham Monday afternoon it was de
cided to hold the fair for five days, and
not ten days as proposed. The directors
fixed the date of opening as September
14. President H. A, Lewis and A. F.
Miller were authorized to invite Sandy
Grange to enter the competition among
the Granges at the fair. Bids for the
use of the dance hall will be received
by the association until July 1. No ex
clusive right for sale of refreshments
on the ground will be awarded.
i Directors attending the meeting were
H. A, Lewis, J. W. Townsend, R. W.
Gill, R. P. Rasmussen, A. F. Miller, W.
A, Proctor. C M. Lake. F. H. Crane,
Theodore Bruggv. D. McKeon. E. L.
Thorpe. II. W. Snashall and Secretary
D. M. Roberts.
DEAD BOY'S MOTHER ILL
R. Verne Hutchison, Drowned at
Levrlston, Stndent at Pullman.
R. "Verne Hutchison. who was
drowned at Lewlston during the Celilo
Canal celebration there Monday, was
the son of Mrs. R. Hutchison, who ia
In a Portland hospital. The unfortu
nate boy's mother Is being attended
by her daughter, Miss Bertha Z. Hutch
ison, a resident of Endlcott, Wash.
Mr. Hutchison was 24 years of age
and a student In the electrical en
gineering department of the Washing
ton State College, at Pullman. Wash.
He resided In Endicott, Wash., with his
mother and sister when not at school.
He went to Lewlston with the Pullman
Builders to Elect Officers.
Members of the Builders' Exchange
will meet tonight in the exchange
Combing Won't Rid
Hair of Dandruff
The only sure way to get rid of dand
ruff is to dissolve it. then you destroy
it entirely. To do this, get about four
ounces of ordinary liquid arvon; apply
it at night when retiring; use enough to
moisten the scalp and rub It in gently
with the finger tips.
Do this tonight, and by morning, most
if not all, of your dandruff will be gone,
and three or four more applications will
completely dissolve and entirely destroy
every single sign and trace of It, no
matter how much dandruff you may
You will find, too. that all itching
and digging of the scalp will stop at
once, and your hair will be fluffy, lus
trous, glossy, silky and soft and look
and feel a hundred times better.
You can get liquid arvon at any drug
store. It is inexpensive and never falls
to do the work. Adv.
For Banquets. Parties, Collations, etc.
Best Service Guaranteed.
Recently Prom New York.
Telephone Mala 6953. Kltaa Court.
hall in the Worcester building to
elect a. board of 11 directors for the
ensuing year. The meeting is the an
nual business session of the organiza
tion and a full attendance is desired.
Reports from the officers will be re
ceived ud two weeks from the date
of the meeting the newly-elected di
rectors will meet and select orncers for
the coming year.
New Aberdeen Officials In Today.
ABERDEEN, Wash.. May 4. (Spe
cial.) A new administration will go
into office here tomorrow, when J. M.
Phillips will succeed Eugene France as
Mayor, and when R. C. Vandevort and
L. D. Evans will be replaced on the
Council by W. M. McWhlnney and Anton
Fista. Phillips, who becomes Mayor, in
three-eighths Cherokee Indian and is a
graduate of the Carlisle Indian School.
He has been advocating the -establishment
of a purchasing agent's office. Jle
has announced none of his appoint-
CASTOR I A
) Tor Infants and Children.
Tl Kind You Kate Alwajs EocgM
DtTwiEB aurora- u?yi
A truly smart, satisfactory
glove that is washable.
Stylish, comfortable, hygienic.
The late shades; grey, itone and
chamois, also white and black.
vffifcp Men, women, and children.
"fyftfa. Name in every pair;
Ask your dealer
m SKIM OF BEsUTT IS JOT FOREVER
Dr. T. FELIX GOURAUD'S
; ORIENTAL CREAM
OR MAGICAL BEAUTIFIER
Removes Tn, Pim
Moth Patches, Ra.h
and Skin iJiseaneff,
and every blemiAh
on beauty, aod de
fies detection. It
basatood the test of
66 year, and ia ao
barm leas we taste
It to be sure it is
properly made. Ac
cept no counterfeit
of ftimilar name.
Tyr. Z A. Sayre said to a lady of the hautton
(a patient): "As you ladies will use them. 1 re
commend 6aarauwVs Craaai'as the least harmful
of all the skin preparations." At drusajists
and Department b tores,
F.ri T. Hapklns & Stn, Prut. 37 Srtat Jims StJtYJL
Bloom of Youth
Now Easily Attained
You no longer need to "doctor" that
sallow, freckled, blackheaded. roiiKh,
blotchy, pimply or over-red skin. You
can remove it, instead, easily, painless
ly, inexpensively. By a new scientific
process, which anyone can use without
assistance, the dead and near-dead sur
face skin, with all its imperfection. is
gently, gradually absorbed and a radi
antly youthful and beautiful complexion
comes forth! Go to your drugeMsL, get
an ounce of pure mercollzed wax: at
night apply enough ol thl to coinplfte
ly cover the face; don't rub it in. Next
morning remove the wax with warm
water. The result after a few days is
astonishing. You wonder why this se
cret wasn't discovered long ofo.
Let the wrinkled folks also take
hope. Put an ounce of powdered axo
lite into a half pint witch hazel, bathe
the face in the solution and say!
there's nothing that will so effectually,
so promptly, smooth out all thoxe hate,
fill lines. Adv.
Guaranteed for Rheumatism
,lomm"J?'xt-btr-t:imhft moat ro.
rariinocd by loprowo arunt. 1Lm
I. 4 I I II1 ,)W I I
III II 111 H . 1 1 1 II 1 ' IT
II.. f I if aw " -riis
fwmHna? to crirertfons. it ia h.-.u.
Contama no habit-formini ....
dr"F- Wn.. fr this "Medical
uabl. book J.REE. AoHrica oo
MATT. J. JOHNSON CO. Rhoumatiaa,"
Dsrt.X 8. P..1. Ml,.. FREE
Credit Your Privilege
ments and says that he will not until
the meeting tomorrow nl?ht. It Is Inti
mated, however, that several changes
in citv offli lHls will he marie.
Quickly Yielded To Lydia E.
Bridffeton, N. J. "I want to thank yon
n thnvjoiind tim" for tho wonderful
good Lydia C Pink
Compound has dona
for me. I suffered
jvery much from a
female trouoie. l
had bearing down
pains, was irregular
and at times could
hardly walk acrops
the room. I was
Hunabla to do my
housework or attend to my baby I was
so weak. Lydia E. Pinkham's Vegetable
Compound did me a world of good, and
now I am strong and healthy, can do my
work and tend my baby. I advise all
suffering women to take it and get
well as I did." Mrs. Fanmb COOPER,
E.F.D., Bridgeton, N-J.
Lydia E. Pinkham's Vegetable Com
pound, made from native roots and
herbs, contains no narcotic or harmful
drugs, and to-day holds the record of
being the most successful remedy for
female ills we know of, and thousands
of voluntary testimonials on file in the
Pinkham laboratory at Lynn, Mass.,
seem to prove this fact.
For thirty years it has been the stand
ard remedy for femalo ills, and has re
stared the health of thousands of women
whi have been troubled with such ail
ments as displacements, inflammation,
ulceration, tumors, irregularities, etc
If yon want special adrlco
write to Lydia I. Pinkliam 3Iol
icioe Co., (confidential) Lynn,
Mass. Your letter will bo opened,
read and answered by a woman
and held in strict coniidence.
Great Victory for Vinol Over
a Severe Bronchial Cough.
Vinol Succeeded After Every
thing Else Failed.
BoKalusa, Ala. "I am a housekeeper
and have three in my family, and I
had a terrible cough and pains in my
chest for so Ions I was discouraged.
I coughed almost constantly and -aouIJ
almost lose my breath. My trouble In
terfered with my work becauae I was
so weak and run-down from continual
coughing. I took cod liver oil emul
sions and other medicines, which did
me no good. Kinally our druggist told
me about Vinol. I tried it and noticed '
an Improvement almost Immediately
and its continued use has completely
cured me. Vinol is certainly wonderful
and I praise It wherever I t;o." Mrs.
W. K. Carlisle, Bogalusa, Ala.
The reason Vinol is so successful in
curing chronic coughs., colds and bron
chitis is because of the healing and tlt-
ue building Influence of the medicinal
principles of cod liver oil, assisted by
the toniu and blood-making- properties
of tonic iron, ail contained in Vinol.
If Vinol falls to benefit any person
in this vicinity who suffers from
chronic coughs, colds or bronchitis, or
to build up the weak, run-down or de
bilitated, we will pay back their money.
The Owl Drug Co.. Iortland. Oregon,
and at leading drug- stores everywhere.
Hairs Will Vanish
After This Treatment
Tou can keep your skin free from
hair or fuzz by the occasional use of
plain delatone and in uslnr It you need
have no fear of marring or Injuring
the fkln. A thick paste is made by
mixing some of the powdered delatone
with water. Then spread on the hair
and after 2 or .1 minutes rub off. wa-h
the skin and ll traces nf hair have
vanished. Be careful, however, to get
real delatone. Adv.